Hey!

I’m glad you’re here.  I’m here to help you  perform at your best, feel your best, and gain a better understanding of the food you eat. Just as importantly, I can help you improve your relationship with the food you eat.

I work with athletes, dancers, and former athletes who want to optimize their performance, reduce injuries, and improve their health. As a former dancer, I understand the importance of optimal nutrition for performance. As the mom of five,  I understand  that athletes, as well as their parents,  need practical strategies they can incorporate into their busy lives.  I take a functional nutrition approach to helping people achieve their goals, which means we will use food for fuel, function, and sometimes even medicine. In my blog you’ll find helpful tips and science-backed advice that comes from my years of work as a registered dietitian nutritionist.

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Warmly,

Kristin

Kristin Koskinen, RDN, LD, CD

Hi, I’m Kristin.

Thanks for stopping by! My goal with this website is to help you feel your best, look your best, and gain a better understanding of how to change your relationship with – and understanding of – the food you eat.

In my blog you’ll find helpful tips and science-backed advice that comes from my years of work as a registered dietitian nutritionist. I am passionate about helping people achieve their best health and long-term wellness goals.

Feel free to reach out to me and connect with your questions and comments. I am available to work with individuals and organizations, and would love the opportunity to work with you!

In health,

Kristin

Kristin Koskinen, RDN, LD, CD

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